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My school district closes for the entire week of Thanksgiving. Cody and Carter’s school, however, is open Monday and Tuesday. This means that I had two days off with no kids around the house. Very nice. I did the typical … Continue reading
The mornings have become cold here in Arizona. The temperatures have been in the low 40’s when I drop the boys off at their school. And still, they do not want to wear pants. Finally I insisted. So Carter wears … Continue reading
This morning, the first day after the day of the death of my father-in-law, I found myself trying to define the sense and complexity of grief. What could I use to define it? Grief is a long list of adjectives … Continue reading
Happiness is… a root beer float.
Tuesday would have been my dad’s 81st birthday. It has been three and a half years since he died. Cody was in Kindergarten and Carter was a preschooler. Their memories of him, I’m afraid, are mostly built upon photographs and … Continue reading
Everyday as I pack my boys their school lunches, I make sure I include a napkin. I don’t know why, but I carefully fold each napkin before placing it on top of their lunch container and zipping their lunch bag … Continue reading
It started simply enough. Fifteen years ago Husband was just Boyfriend and Cody and Carter were not even solid thoughts. It was October 2001 and the thought that I had no idea how to make a full on Thanksgiving dinner … Continue reading
Ok. I am admitting it right up front. This post is really for me, a post to document the cute stuff that comes out of my kiddos mouths. Carter had a couple lately that I felt compelled to write down. … Continue reading
It is fall break. Let me restate that. It is my fall break. I teach in a different school district than the one Cody and Carter go to. All of our holidays and breaks throughout the school year just happen … Continue reading